Presentation

Jane Goto at Edmonds Community College

Classification: Presentation
05/31/2006 - 10:30
05/31/2006 - 11:20
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Director of Community Relations,
Jane Goto, will briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and share some insights relevant to future nurses, social workers and counselors. The short video Total Patient Care: The Child with an Intersex Condition will be shown, followed by time for questions.

Edmonds Community College
Snoqualmie Hall, Room 214
Course: Science, Sickness & Society
(Biology 150 & Sociology 110)
Time: 10:30am to 11:20am
Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Sorry, ECC students and faculty only. Unable to accommodate guests at this event.


Edmonds, Washington, 15 minutes north of Seattle

Jane Goto at Edmonds Community College

Classification: Presentation
08/10/2005 - 13:30
08/10/2005 - 14:20
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member, Jane Goto, will briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and share some insights relevant to future nurses, social workers and counselors. The short video Total Patient Care: The Child with an Intersex Condition will be shown, followed by time for questions.

Edmonds Community College
Room: Lynwood Hall 210
Course: Introduction to Sociology (Socio110)
1:30 - 2:20pm, Wednesday, August 10, 2005
Free and open to the public. Seating is limited.


Edmonds WA (15 minutes north of Seattle)

Jane Goto at Seattle University

Classification: Presentation
05/15/2006 - 10:00
05/15/2006 - 11:15
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA board member and First Responder, Jane Goto, will briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and share some insights for nurses, social workers and counselors. The short video Total Patient Care: The Child with an Intersex Condition will be shown, followed by time for questions.

Seattle University
Room: TBA
Course: School of Nursing/Undergraduate Pathophysiology
10AM to 11:15am
Monday, May 15, 2006
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. SEATING MAY BE LIMITED FOR GUESTS.


Seattle

Jane Goto at Seattle University

Classification: Presentation
05/13/2005 - 04:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA board member, Jane Goto, will briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and share some insights for nurses, social workers and counselors. The short video Total Patient Care: The Child with an Intersex Condition will be shown, followed by time for questions.

Seattle University
Schafer Auditorium in the Lemeiux Library
Course: School of Nursing/Pathophysiology
8:15AM to 9:40AM
Friday, May 13, 2005
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


Seattle University

Jane Goto at Stockholm Pride

Classification: Presentation
08/03/2005 - 12:00
08/03/2005 - 14:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member, Jane Goto, will discuss the history of the intersex movement in the U.S. as part of her presentation “Intersex & Identity Politics” at Stockholm Pride. LGBTQ leaders and a core group of intersex activists in Sweden plan to build an intersex organization, and ISNA sees Jane’s trip as an invaluable opportunity to forge alliances. Looking to ISNA as both a model and future collaborator, these leaders are grappling with whether or not to add an “I” to their LGBTQ groups and what the appropriate goals of intersex activism should be.


Pride House, Stockholm, Sweden

Jane Goto at University of Washington

Classification: Presentation
02/18/2005 - 03:30
12/31/1969 - 16:00

ISNA’s First Responder Jane Goto will speak about changes in treatment for children born with intersex conditions.

Ms. Goto will also screen ISNA’s new film, The Child with an Intersex Condition: Total Patient Care.

This event is free and open to the public. (It is held in conjunction with the course NUR-513, Women’s Health Studies.)

Friday, February 18, 2005
11:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.
University of Washington
Room T629 Health Sciences Bldg.


Seattle

Jane Goto at University of Washington, Seattle

Classification: Presentation
05/05/2006 - 13:30
05/05/2006 - 14:20
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member, Jane Goto, will participate in a panel discussion on gender at the University of Washington

Kane Hall (Room 130)
Psychology/Human Sexuality
1:30PM to 2:20PM
Friday, May 5, 2006

This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Limited seating available for guests.

Standard disclaimer: Items posted at the ISNA events site are provided as a public service, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by ISNA. To suggest an event for posting, go to the contact ISNA box at the upper right side of this screen.


Seattle

Jane Goto at UW School of Social Work

Classification: Presentation
04/28/2005 - 03:00
12/31/1969 - 16:00

ISNA board Vice President and First Responder, Jane Goto, will briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and share some insights for nurses, social workers and counselors. The short video Total Patient Care: The Child with an Intersex Condition will be shown, followed by time for questions.

11AM to 12:20PM - Thurs., April 28, 2005
UW School of Social Work, 4101 15th Ave. NE, Seattle. Room 230

Course: Empowerment Practice- Addressing Issues of Gender, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation.


UW - School of Social Work

Janet Green at Weill Cornell

Classification: Presentation
11/14/2006 - 18:00
11/14/2006 - 20:00
Etc/GMT+8

Janet Green, Board Member of CARES Foundation and co-founder of Bodies Like Ours, will present at Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Tuesday, November 14th from 6:00pm to 8pm. Weill Auditorium, 1300 York Ave., 2nd floor. Sponsored by GLAMS (Gay/Lesbian Medical Students Association) & the Reproductive Health Initiative.

Sorry. This event is not open to the public.

Standard disclaimer: Items posted at the ISNA events site are provided as a public service, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by ISNA. To suggest an event for posting, go to the contact ISNA box at the upper right side of this screen.


Weill Cornell, New York City

Jeanne Nollman at San Francisco, Dept. of Health

Classification: Presentation
11/14/2006 - 11:00
11/14/2006 - 12:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member and Bay Area outreach volunteer, Jeanne Nollman, will discuss various Disorders of Sex Development that may be encountered among the population served by the social workers, nurse practitioners, health workers and support staff at the San Francisco Department of Health - City Clinic for Sexually Transmitted Disease Control on Tuesday, November 14th from 11am to noon.

Sorry, this event is not open to the public.

Standard disclaimer: Items posted at the ISNA events site are provided as a public service, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by ISNA. To suggest an event for posting, go to the contact ISNA box at the upper right side of this screen.


San Francisco
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